electrochemistry


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electrochemistry

 [e-lek″tro-kem´is-tre]
the study of the relationships and transformations between chemical and electrical energy.

electrochemistry

the study of the electric effects that accompany chemical action and the chemical activity produced by electric influence.

electrochemistry

the study of chemical changes produced by electric action.
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of Valencia, Spain) sets out an approach to the electrochemistry of porous materials that combines generalized theoretical modeling with redox processes for different porous materials and a view of their electrochemical applications.
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